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Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Review - Banished Scoundrel by Anita Philmar

Title: Banished Scoundrel

Author: Anita Philmar

Publisher: Wild Rose

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Rating: Need to Read

Reviewed by: Cassie / Lupa

Known scoundrel Jack Avery must earn the queen's forgiveness by rescuing her missing daughter from the human world. His sources reveal the Princess Noelani is being held by a powerful man who likes a good game of chance. So with twenty borrowed pieces of gold Jack enters the high-stakes game. Only the lady he encounters is no princess. This pretty Kitty makes him want to hear her purr.

Under a memory spell, Kitty recalls nothing before the governor bought her from her parents and offered her protection from those he claims would kill her kind. So what if, in order to control her, he forces Kitty to morph then deprives her of sexual release after transformation. But the crafty card player she is assigned to “entertain” reveals himself as a kindred spirit—a shape shifter—and unravels the lie she’s been forced to live.

Together Jack and Kitty risk it all, for the stakes are high and the prize is worth it...freedom, forgiveness, love.

Kitty was taken into the Governor household as a young child. She remembers nothing of her past before she joined the Governor. All she knows is that she is a shape shifter and that she has been warned for years that leaving the grounds will result in people hunting her like an animal.

Jack Avery is a gambler and a scoundrel, but his one dream of returning home hinges upon getting Kitty away from the Governor and back to her mother. Little did he expect to fall in love with Kitty in the process.

Now Kitty and Jack have to make it out of the human world and face the family that kitty lost so long ago.

Anita Philmar has created a fantasy world that is rich with detail and imagination. The characters are fantastic and will have you cheering, crying and hoping for a happy ending as you read. This story is a great addition to any fantasy/paranormal lovers library.

1 comment:

  1. Cassie/ Lupa,

    Thank you so much for this awesome review. I am always thrill to see my book on You Gotta Read Reviews.

    You guys rock,



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